Book 3 of Volume 49 contains the analysis of Jennifer M. Smith covering equal protection and access to civil justice. You will also find Hannah Bloch-Wehba's article regarding the lack of procedural safeguards for National Security Letters. Finally, Book 4 contains a variety of student-written notes and case comments.
Book 2 of Volume 49 contains an analysis of the spoliation doctrine and its application to digital documents. This book also hosts H. Rachael Million-Perez's article on prudential standing in patent litigation. Finally, Book 2 contains Notes written by Sean D.G. Camacho, Melissa Gaied, Safa W. Osmani, and Andrea M. Pezzullo as well as a Case Comment by Tsoline Mikaelian.